|Workers under siege on the mines|
|Women and passes|
|Who was Matthew Goniwe?|
|We cannot be silenced|
|We are proved right|
|Villages are uniting|
|Two lines within the Trade Unions: a brief review|
|Towards a common future|
|The United States at U.N.O|
|The student movement in the struggle for democracy||
Speech by the guest speaker, Joe Phaahla, President of the Azanian Students' Organisation (AZASO), at the 59th Annual Congress of the National Union of South African Students, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, 28 November to 3 December 1981.
|The stories of two poets under the Portuguese colonial heel||
The stories of these two young poets, one humiliated by surrender and the other degraded by callous injustice, are buy no means the most cruel in the Portuguese authorities' record of repression of African Nationalists.
|The state`s whole repressive machinery|
|The Single standard|
|The seven generals: a study of the Sudan|
|The repugnant elements in the Western Culture||
The use of White religion and politics to keep Blacks under the supression of the Nationalist government is questioned. It also suggests that the social atmosphere of the Black family setting has been destroyed by a capitalist society.
|The question of unity - a reply|
|The Heart of darkness|
|The donkey struggle in the northern Cape|